US Masters

Dates: 11-14 April 2019
Course: Augusta National
TV Coverage: Sky Sports (Live all rounds), BBC (Live Weekend Coverage only)

The 2019 US Masters will take place as ever at Augusta National over April 11-14

The US Masters will take place at Augusta National as it always is, being the only Major of the four to be held at the same course each year.

It is one of the most famous golfing venues, designed by Bobby Jones and Alister MacKenzie.

Patrick Reed won his first major championship last year at the US Masters.

A final round 71 (-1) was enough to hold off the charge of Rickie Fowler and Jordan Spieth, the latter finishing his Sunday round at 8-under-par – denying him a second green jacket.  Jack Nicklaus has won the most times at Augusta  the most with six Masters to his name.

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Leaderboard Check out the US Masters Leaderboard

Betting Tips Check out the US Masters Golf Betting Tips

TV Coverage Check out the US Masters TV Coverage

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 Prize Money Check out the US Masters Prize Money

This year the eyes of the patrons will be on the new world number one Justin Rose, as well as the other big names, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Rickie Fowler. While the question on many people’s lips is whether Rory McIlroy can complete his career Major Grand Slam.

Leading the British challenge and hoping to emulate Willett from 2016 is Rose, Tyrrell Hatton, Matthew Fitzpatrick and Tommy Fleetwood.

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And we cannot forget Tiger Woods, who has been in sensational form since coming back into playing form.

When the tournament starts make sure to keep up to date with who is leading with our US Masters Leaderboard.

Golf Monthly will at Augusta bringing you all the Latest Masters News, our opinion in our Augusta Blog.

Masters History and Records

Want to pick the Masters winner? Check out Golf Betting Tips homepage to find out who the Golf Monthly Tipster fancies and if he can pick yet another winner – or check out the direct US Masters Golf Betting Tips page that will be updated.

Watch the GM Tipster pick who he thinks will win at Augusta National

Patrick Reed won $1.98million last year, check out the US Masters Prize Money for 2019.

Golf Monthly are at Augusta National this year, so keep checking back to this page and also the Golf Monthly Facebook and Twitter channels for all the latest updates.

Bernhard Langer’s Augusta National Course Guide Bernard Langer

Bernhard Langer knows the golf course at Augusta National better than most. The Masters champion of 1985 and 1993, Germany’s Langer made his Augusta debut in 1982 and he will be making his 34th Masters appearance this year. Among European golfers, only Sandy Lyle has appeared in more Masters tournaments (35 up to 2016) although Langer, 59, has made more cuts and played more Masters rounds. Here is Langer’s hole-by-hole guide to playing Augusta National

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